September 15, 2016

Benefit dinner to be held at The Ranch at the Canyons

From Jessica Stockel, Aperion

Aperion Management Group Hosts Inaugural Farm to Fork Dinner to Benefit Heart of Oregon Corps

   Aperion Management Group, Central Oregon's first and only Accredited Association Management Company that specializes in Homeowners Association (HOA) management, is proud to host Farm to Fork: Sunset at Smith Rock, 5 p.m., Saturday, October 15, at the Old Winery Clubhouse at The Ranch at the Canyons

   The public is invited to a dinner event benefiting Heart of Oregon Corps for a four course gourmet family style dinner sourced entirely from local farms, live music, and a silent auction, all while enjoying a sunset view of magnificent Smith Rock. All proceeds will benefit Heart of Oregon Corps, a local non-profit providing vocational training and continuing education to opportunity youth ages 16-24 through their work-learn-earn model.

   “Heart of Oregon is in major need of equipment upgrades and Aperion’s commitment to raising funds at the Farm to Fork Dinner to help us improve and modernize our current fleet will quite literally help carry us and our youth into the future,” said Laura Handy, Heart of Oregon Corps Executive Director.

   Tickets will be extremely limited and are available for purchase at The public is encouraged not to miss out on this rare opportunity to experience “the other side” of Smith Rock, dine on food from local farmers and support a great cause.

About Aperion Management Group, LLC:
Aperion Management Group, LLC is Central Oregon's first and only Accredited Association Management Company (AAMC) that specializes in Homeowners Association (HOA) management in Central Oregon. With over fifty years combined experience in management, building and development, Aperion strives to create a more responsive and efficient management process for communities in and around Bend. To learn more visit, or call us at 541.389.3172.

About Heart of Oregon Corps:
Heart of Oregon Corps is a nonprofit organization invested in inspiring and empowering positive change in the lives of Central Oregon youth through jobs, education, and stewardship. Their programming creates pathways out of poverty while stimulating regional economic growth. The “work-learn-earn” model invests in local young people, many of whom come from disadvantaged backgrounds, to prepare them for the workforce and to encourage their self-sufficiency. Every year, Heart of Oregon Corps provides job skills training, education, and leadership development to over 300 local young people ages 16-24 that face major barriers to success

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